Satria Coffee Plantation Overview

Getting a taste of authentic Balinese coffee at the Satria Coffee Plantation is one of the best things to do in Bali. The Satria Coffee plantation is predominantly known for the kopi luwak or civet coffee, which is one of the most expensive coffees on earth. Learn about the unusual production process of this coffee, and enjoy a guided walk around the jungle plantation, often coming across one or more Asian palm civets.

Tucked amidst a lush jungle setting, the Satria Coffee Plantation, also commonly known as Satria Agrowisata, is amongst the most famous coffee plantations to explore with our Bali tour package. Located in the Gianyar region of the island, the Satria Coffee Plantation is best known for its production of the uncommon kopi luwak. Commonly known as Civet Coffee, kopi luwak is produced with coffee beans that have been previously eaten, partially digested and thereafter excreted by the Asian palm civet, which is found in abundance here.

It is largely due to its unappealing and rather weird method of production that the civet coffee remains one of the most expensive coffees that you can find in the world. Owing to its location within a lush jungle, you can also enjoy a guided walk within the plantation, while also learning about the Asian palm civet, catching sights of these small tree-climbing animals, as well as learning more about the production process.

Satria Coffee Plantation also boasts of producing over 12 different types of teas, some of which are local, and some that are imported from different parts of the world. In addition to tasting these teas, you can also purchase them. Some of these include ginger tea, lemongrass tea, jasmine tea, rose tea, lemon tea, vanilla tea and chocolate tea, among others.

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• Pay a visit to the famous Satria Coffee Plantation in Gianyar, and soak in verdant views of the lush green jungle it is located within
• Sample a plethora of different types of teas and coffees here, including the Civet Coffee
• Learn how coffee is produced here, and see the different stages of the production process
• Find out how the plantation produces the civet coffee, which is amongst the most expensive coffees in the world
• Get a chance to witness the Asian palm civet in the plantation
• Visit the inhouse store and get your hands on exotic tea or coffee to take back home
• Take a short detour to the Bali Swings, located just a stone’s throw away from the plantation, and enjoy unparalleled sights of the surrounding landscapes

How To Reach

From the Ngurah Rai International Airport, you can take public transport, such as a taxi or a bus which can take you to the Satria Coffee Plantation, which is located around 32 kilometres away. It typically takes around 45 minutes to an hour and a half to get to the plantation from the airport.

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Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Satria Coffee Plantation is in the early hours of the day, before noon. This is when there is a smaller number of people here, and you can explore the plantation, enjoy the tasting session and even see the production area at ease.

Additionally, the best time to visit the plantation is from April to September, when the weather here is hot but pleasant. 

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Other Essential Information

Tips to keep in mind while visiting the Satria Coffee Plantation:

  • You must always carry an ample amount of cash with you. In case you face a shortage, you can always find ATMs and banks at certain places along the route, so you can take out money from there if you need it
  • Always carry emergency first aid kit with you while travelling to Gianyar where the plantation is located
  • It is important to maintain hygiene and sanitisation when visiting the plantation, since you will also be taken to see the production area here

Best places to eat near the Satria Coffee Plantation:

  • Warung Tepi Tebing: Located a short distance away from the plantation, this restaurant is known for offering some of the most serene views of the surrounding hills and jungles. They have a menu consisting of Asian, Indonesian, as well as European options, and offer dishes ranging from authentic Balinese delicacies, to sandwiches, crispy duck and chicken, as well as desserts and drinks like beer. 
  • Breadlife: A more modern place to indulge in delicious snacks and light meals is Breadlife, located within a kilometre from the Satria Coffee Plantation. In addition to baked goods, desserts, freshly baked bread and cakes, they also serve coffee and tea. They are also known for their prompt and warm service and hospitality. 
  • Naga Rooftop Bar and Lounge by Sthala Ubud Bali: Amongst the most famous restaurants and bars in the area, located in close proximity to the Satria Coffee Plantation, the Naga Rooftop Bar and Lounge is famous for its Indonesian and barbecued dishes. They also have an extensive selection of alcohol, from wines to champagne, vodka and more.

Places to visit near Satria Coffee Plantation:

  • Lumbung Sari Agroo: An interesting plantation often unheard of, the Lumbung Sari Agroo is surrounded by paddy fields, and has plantations of spices like cinnamon, along with tea and coffee. You can also learn how coffee is made here, in addition to seeing animals like luwak. Besides that, you can enjoy coffee tasting here as well. 
  • Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary: Also known as the Monkey Forest of Ubud, this place, located near the plantation, is home to hundreds of monkeys. Besides playing with the monkeys and feeding them, you can also enjoy seeing different species of flora here. 
  • Horizon Glassworks: A popular art glass studio located near the Satria Coffee Plantation, Horizon Glassworks is one place where you can see a wide range of hand blown and hot sculpted glass. In addition to visiting the studio to view the entire procedure, you can also buy a lot of glass-made products.

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Point of Interest for Satria Coffee Plantation
Bali Swings

Bali Swings

Tucked amidst the plantation, these swings offer some of the most pristine views of the nearby paddy fields, the surrounding hills and valleys. After a visit to the plantation, you can come up to these swings and spend some time in the lap of nature.

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Natural landscapes

Natural landscapes

The plantation is covered in rice fields and jungles, so you can easily spend a lot of time roaming around it, whilst also enjoying the beauty of nature around you. Additionally, you can also take as many photos of the region as you want, for a more memorable experience.

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Satria Coffee Plantation FAQs

How much time is required to visit the Satria Coffee Plantation?

You need anywhere between 4 to 5 hours or more at hand to completely explore the plantation. This will include the time spent on seeing the production process, tasting coffee, going on the plantation visit and more.

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How are civet coffee beans obtained?

The process of obtaining and thereafter producing civet coffee is rather unusual. The coffee beans are first eaten and then partially digested by the Asian palm civet, after which they are excreted. The excreted beans are then used for the production of the civet coffee, which also gives it its name.

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